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Q: Figure with length and width but no depth is called?

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A circle is two dimensional because the two dimensions are width and length. 3 dimensional would be width, length and depth but since you can just write it on paper, it has no depth.

depth equals volume divided by length times width

They are 2 dimensional shapes that only have length and width.

The answer is in the question it is a 3 dimensional figure such as a pyramid

A parallelogram is a plane two-dimensional geometric figure called a quadrilateral having length and width, and whose opposites are parallel and of equal length. The formulas associated with a parallelogram are: Area = length x width and Circumference = 2 x (length + width).

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A plane figure.

A shape which has a length and a width, but no depth

A 3D figure shows length, width and depth. While a 2D figure only shows length and width.

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A flat surface with an infinite length and width but no depth is called a plane.

The dimensions (not dimentions) may be called length, breadth (or width) and height (or depth).

Solids have three dimensions.Two-dimensional figures have length and width, and you can use these to calculate the area.Three-dimensional figures (i.e., solids) have length, width, and depth, and you can use these to calculate the volume.

Length, Width, Height. Faces, Corners and sides.

A circle is two dimensional because the two dimensions are width and length. 3 dimensional would be width, length and depth but since you can just write it on paper, it has no depth.

The depth is neither the length nor width. Length is the measurement from top to bottom, width is from side to side, and depth is from front to back.

You cannot since a rectangle is a two-dimensional figure. It has no depth, no volume, no mass.

A 3D figure has length x width x depth. It becomes a 2D figure once the removed surface is laid flat, having then only length x width. Another name is "Plane Figure."